A man in Dayton, Ohio, opened fire on an H&R Block employee whom he apparently blamed for making a mistake on his taxes that prompted an IRS audit.

The shooter fired several gunshots at the Block employee’s car, but she managed to escape, according to local station WHIO TV. He approached her in a parking lot outside a bar on Sunday morning, brandished the gun, and several bullets hit the front of her car.

A suspect has been identified, but no arrests had been made as of Wednesday. Police declined to comment on the investigation.

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